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Research & Publications

Journal Article:

Woodfield, C., Jung, E. & Christine Ashby (2015). Hoping for greatness: Exploring the notion of “novicity” in communication support partnerships. Research and Practice for Persons with Severe Handicaps, 39(4), 274-289.

Journal Article:

George Theoharis, Causton, J. & Tracy-Bronson, C. (2015). Leading Inclusive Special Education Reform: Cases of School Reform for Students with Disabilities. National Society for the Study of Education. Yearbook published by Teachers College Record.

Journal Article:

Benjamin Dotger. (2015). Core pedagogy: Individual uncertainty, shared practice, formative ethos. Journal of Teacher Education, 66(3), 215-226.

Journal Article:

Sharon Dotger. (2015). Methodological understandings from elementary science lesson study facilitation and research. Journal of Science Teacher Education.

Journal Article:

Sigley, R. & Louise Wilkinson. (February 24, 2015). Tracing Ariel’s Algebraic problem solving: A case study of cognitive and language growth. RBDIL Analytics.

Journal Article:

Sharon Dotger & Walsh, D. (2015). Elementary art & science: Observational drawing in lesson study. International Journal for Lesson and Learning Studies, 4(1).

Book Chapter:

“Students and (Dis)ability” by Mara Sapon-Shevin. In The SAGE Guide to Curriculum in Education; 2015, SAGE Publications.

Book Chapter:

“Culturally Compelling Genre Teaching: Inviting All Learners to Understand and Use Genre Knowledge” by Kathy Hinchman and F. Boyd. In Reconceptualizing Literacy in the New Age of Multiculturalism and Pluralism, Edited by P. Schmidt and A. Lazar; 2015, Information Age Publishing

Journal Article:

Kara Jackson, Paul Cobb, Jonee Wilson, Megan Webster, Charlotte Dunlap (Sharpe) & Mollie Appelgate. (2014). Investigating the development of mathematics leaders’ capacity to support teachers’ learning on a large scale. ZDM, 1–12.

Book Chapter:

“School Counseling Case Response” by Melissa Luke. In Critical Incidents in Integrating Spirituality into Counseling, Edited by T. Roberts and V. Kelly; 2014, American Counseling Association.

Book:

Beyond Tears, Tirades, and Tantrums: Clinical Simulations for School Leader Development. Benjamin Dotger, 2014. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Music Recording:

Samba Laranja: The Syracuse University Brazilian Ensemble (Directed by Elisa Dekaney and Josh Dekaney) [compact disc November 2014]. Pathways. Syracuse University: Syracuse University Recordings.

Journal Article:

Benjamin Dotger, Joanna Masingila, Mary Bearkland, Sharon Dotger. (2014).  Exploring iconic interpretation and mathematics teacher development through clinical simulations. Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education. DOI 10.1007/s10857-014-9290-7.

Journal Article:

Sharif Bey. (2014). “An Autoethnography of Bodybuilding, Visual Culture, Aesthetic Experience, and Performed Masculinity”The Journal of Visual Culture and Gender. 9, 31-47. http://vcg.emitto.net

Book Chapter:

Silliman, E. & Louise Wilkinson. (2014). Policy and practice issues for students at-risk in language and literacy learning. In Silliman, E., Stone, A., & Wallach, G., (eds.) Handbook of language and literacy development and disorders. NY: The Guilford Press.

Book Chapter:

“Recognizing the Needs of Sexual Minority Boys and Adolescents in School” by Melissa Lukeand Kristopher M. Goodrich. in Counseling Gay Men, Adolescents, and Boys, Edited by M. Kocet; 2014, Routledge.

Journal Article:

Alan R. Foley, Joanna O. Masingila (2014). Building capacity: Challenges and opportunities in large class pedagogy (LCP) in Sub-Saharan Africa. Higher Education, 67(6), 797-808.

Book Chapter:

Silliman, E., & Louise Wilkinson. (2014). “Literacy.” In P. Hogan (ed.) The Cambridge encyclopedia of the language sciences, Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. (448-450.)

Book Chapter:

“Wheel of Work” by Melissa Luke and Allison Hrovat. In Expressive Arts Interventions for School Counselors, Edited by S. Degges-White & B. Colon; 2014, Springer Publishing.

Book Chapter:

“‘As a Cripple I Swagger’: Disability Studies in Education and Embodied Difference” by Beth Ferri. In Practicing Disability Studies in Education, Edited by D.J. Connor, J. Valle, C. Hale; 2014, Peter Lang.

Presentation:

Michael Norris, Chang, S. H.,Lee, J. H., Lee, S. Y.(2014). Jokgu: Is it Soccer or Volleyball. Presentation at the Annual Convention of the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education Recreation and Dance (AAHPERD), St. Louis, Missouri.

Book Chapter:

“‘With My Eyes Open to Race and Racism’: White Principals and Race-Conscious Leadership” by George Theoharis and Marcelle Haddix
in Educational Leadership and Racism: Preparation, Pedagogy and Practice, Edited by J. S. Brooks and T. N. Witherspoon Arnold; 2014, Information Age Publishing

Presentation:

Columna, L., Michael Norris, McCabe, L., Fernandez-Vivo, M., & Cordero. I. (2014). Physical activity among parents of children with visual impairments. European Congress of Adapted Physical Activity, Madrid, Spain.

Book Chapter:

“The Revolution Starts with Rue” by A. Garcia and Marcelle Haddix. In The Politics of Panem; 2014, Sense Publishers.

Book:

Teaching and Learning of Mathematics Through Problem SolvingJoanna Masingila & Fredrick Odindo. 2014, Lambert Academic Publishing.

Book:

Best Practices in Adolescent Literacy Instruction (2nd Edition)Edited by Kathy Hinchman and Heather Sheridan-Thomas; includes chapters by Kathy Hinchman, Zaline Roy-Campbell and Kelly Chandler-Olcott. 2014, Guilford Press.

Book Chapter:

“The Year I met Carrie White, Miss Celie, and Ponyboy Curtis” by Marcelle Haddix. In Open a World of Possible: Real Stories About the Joy and Power of Reading, Edited by L. Bridges; 2014, Scholastic.

Book Chapter:

“Transgressing Positivism: Arts-based Research as Improvisatory Inquiry” by James Haywood Rolling, Jr. in Inquiry in Action: Paradigms, Methodologies and Perspectives in Art Education Research, Edited by K. Miraglia and C. Smilan; 2014, National Art Education Association.

Book Chapter:

“Preparing Teachers to Teach ‘Other People’s Children’ While Homeschooling Your Own: One Black Woman Scholar’s Story” by Marcelle Haddix. In Learning From and With Children: Insights and Reflections from Parent Researchers, Edited by P. Martens and B. Kabuto; 2014, Taylor & Francis

Book:

“I had no idea!”: Clinical Simulations for Teacher Development. Benjamin Dotger, 2013. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Associated Publication: Clinical Simulations for Teacher Development: A Companion Manual for TeachersBenjamin Dotger, March 2013. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.